By Louis S. Kornicker
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Published through the yankee Geophysical Union as a part of the Antarctic study Series.
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In many of them (Vervoort eight) the left fifth leg is long. In •. hebes Giesbrecht russelli Farran it is short and more similar to that of •. norvegica. To them must be added •. austrina Giesbrecht and •. erebi (Farran) from the Ross Sea, GROUP 31 inner lobe 1 with 11 setae and spines, inner lobe 2 with 1 seta, no inner lobe 3; outer lobe 1 with 5 setae. Basal segment 2 with 3 setae; endopod segment 1 without setae, fused endopod segments 2 and 3 with 4 setae. An additional character not mentioned by Bradford is the twosegmented exopod of leg 1, the first and second segments being fused.
Antarctica Wolfenden, 1908, tycodesma Park, brecht, Giesbrecht, E. erebi 1978, 1902, (Farran, •. similis 1929), and E. austrina E. Gies- 1902. maxilla bears lists and •. SPECIES as Female Characteristics In the antarctica group the females share the following characteristics, in the combination of which they differ from other species of Euchaeta. well as •. elongata Esterly and •. japonica Marukawa from the North Pacific. The disparity of the "intermediate" species may be the result of attempting to combine female mouthparts with the male reproductive Park  has described the general anatomy of the calanoid female genital segment.
25 female' OF THE ANTARCTIC SEAS XIX A, B, and C, maxilla 1' D, maxilla 2' E, leg 1' F, FONTAINE' ANTARCTIC ANTARCTICA SPECIES GROUP 49 CONVERGENCE CDW BOUNDARY OF SHELF WATER• RSSW EDGE OF ROSS ANTARCTIC ICE SHELF COASTLIN Fig. 18. Diagrammatic representation of northward distribution of the species of the Euchaeta antarctica group correlated with boundaries of water types. Bars with white tips indicate species that may occur further north than is presently recorded. 3/5 as long as the third exopod segment.
Biology of the Antarctic Seas XIX by Louis S. Kornicker